en It was the documents by classifying and sorting Hyogisho , the reports of the criminal cases which each bugyo ( magistrate ) had asked the roju ( senior councilor of the Tokugawa shogunate ) to consult Hyojosho ( conference chamber ) , by the case of crime , and the status , age , and gender of criminal , and so on .
en Initially , the chancellor ( chief adviser to the Emperor ) FUJIWARA no Kanemichi 's daughter Koshi became the Emperor 's second consort , but after she died ( in 979 ) , Junshi , daughter of the chancellor FUJIWARA no Yoritada , took over her position .
en Nariko became " nyogo " ( a court title given to a consort of the Emperor ) as Narihito 's togu sakuritsu ( formal decision of Crown Prince ) took effect , and in the year when Konoe was appointed Emperor , she became Kisainomiya because she was the kokubo ( mother of Emperor Konoe ) ; furthermore , on September 13 , 1149 , she was given an ingo Bifukumon-in , and gained more power than FUJIWARA no Shoshi ( Taikenmon-in ) , whom Cloistered Emperor Toba had earlier decided to formally appoint chugu ( Emperor 's wife ) .
en The next year , 1334 , saw Godaigo 's son Imperial Prince Tsuneyoshi ( aged 12 ) as Crown Prince and the position of the Jimyoin line as a Emperor 's line was completely negated , and here the Ryoto tetsuritsu that spanned three generations and continued over 50 years came to an end .
en From 1469 to 1486 , the 12th of Ikenobo , Senkei IKENOBO , had a reputation as a tatebana ( the traditional art of arranging flowers , literally meaning " making flowers stand " ) master , and from 1532 to 1555 , the 13th of Ikenobo , Seno IKENOBO , was frequently invited to the Imperial court to arrange flowers and he authored ' Ikenobo Seno Kuden ' ( the famous manuscript about ikebana ) to organize the theories and techniques of tatebana .
en After his father , the Cloistered Emperor Kameyama died when he was three years old , he inherited most of his father 's assets due to his father 's will , he ordered his grandchild , Emperor Gonijo to let Imperial Prince Tsuneaki succeed to the throne for next Emperor from the Daikakuji Imperial line , instead of Emperor 's eldest Prince , Imperial Prince Kuniyoshi , also pronounced Kuninaga .
ja 比企 氏 一族 は 一幡 と 若狭 局 を 擁 し て 小 御所 に 立て籠も る 。
en The Hiki clan took Ichiman and Wakasa no tsubone as hostage and secluded themselves in Kogosho ( a building within the Imperial Palace ) .
en Any one who was born in a family of kazoku or shizoku but did not succeed the family to set up a new branch was basically classified as heimin despite the designation of his parents ' home ( for example , Takashi HARA who was called a commoner prime minister became heimin after he was born as a son of the chief retainer of the Morioka domain . )
en Fuhaku KAWAKAMI was the second son of a retainer of the daimyo who served the Mizuno family in the Shingu clan of Kii Province ( Kishu ) ; under the recommendation of Tadaaki Mizuno , then the head of the family , he was able to enter the school of Joshinsai , the seventh master of Omotesenke , and establish himself in chado ( the way of tea ) .
en The following foreigners visited his dojo in Kurumazaka to learn kenjutsu : Thomas McClatchy , the British Embassy 's amanuensis , Heinrich von Siebold who was a good fencer , Erwin von Blaelz , a German lecturer of the University of Tokyo , Wiraley and Kir , Frenchmen ( kenjutsu instructors at Rikugun Toyama Gakko ( Toyama Military Academy ) ) .
en Takauji , who distanced himself from the restoration , subsequently established the Northern Court ( Japan ) , and numerous battles for control of Kyoto broke out during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts ( Japan ) ( following the division into the Northern Court and Southern Court , the Southern Court ( Japan ) occupied Kyoto on four occasions but was repelled by the Ashikaga army within a short space of time ) .
en Although Emperor Gosanjo wrote in his dying will to make the younger brother Imperial Prince Sukehito the next Crown Prince after Imperial Prince Sanehito , Emperor Shirakawa opposed and in the following year promoted the Imperial Prince Taruhito ( Emperor Horikawa ) to crown prince .
en There is writing on a bundle of mokkan ( narrow strips of wood used for official messages ) that were found abandoned in the remains of Asuka-kyo between 647 and 664 that says : " Shirakabe 50 families , ? ? ? Tens units . "
en Consequently , it is thought that the family name of Sasakiyama gimi would have nothing to do with Misasagi no He but would instead be a family descended from Sasakibe ( or Sasabe ) owned by Emperor Nintoku .
en After this incident , Prince Takaoka lost power , and the Emperor felt guilty for having set his biological son up as the crown prince ; Prince Otomo , his half-brother , became the second prince who was willing to descend and leave the royal family ( which was an indirect cause of the Showa Incident ) .
en At the time of Kanno Disturbance , Noriuji IMAGAWA , a legitimate son of Norikuni , sided with Takauji ASHIKAGA , distinguished himself on the fields of battles and succeeded to the military governor of Suruga .
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